How to Play: Big Chief

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What you need: All you need for this game is players.

How to play: Have all players sit in a circle, and choose one player to be "it." After choosing who will be "it," that player must leave the room. Pick another player to be the "chief."

The rules: The chief will act out short movements, such as clapping hands three times, stomping feet four times, etc. All other players must do what the chief does. Have "it" return to the group to figure out who is the Big Chief.

How to win: If "it" figures out who the chief is, he is the winner. If "it" cannot correctly guess who the chief is, the chief wins.

What else you need to know: You can give "it" up to three guesses.

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